2013-09-14T09:23:39-04:00 2013-09-14T08:25:00-04:00

Bent Denim - "Periodic Table"

Bent Denim is a collaborative product of childhood friendship. Ben Littlejohn and Dennis Sager hail from Nashville and New Orleans respectively may be far apart in this moment's time, but have managed to utilize e-mail as a platform for music making (and reconciling). The result is one of the avant-garde nature, which also seems to swirl across dream pop/lo-fi territory. 

"Periodic Table" is fragmented yet linearly narrative, caressing all listeners with its haunting appeal. This track is the first unveiled from Bent Denim's forthcoming debut release, which reflects over teenage years that have come and gone with ease. Evidently stressing the quality of the minor-key, we can't help but feel sympathy for the lyricist, as he claims, "I'm not, who I thought I'd be at fourteen". 

The track is confessional, and leaves a lot up to our imagination as to which direction Bent Denim's first release might take them. In the mean time, we can melt effortlessly in the warmth of this tune. 

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Dreampop · Lo-Fi


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